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The last battle of Anne of Brittany

Human Evolution
 

Isotopic study of the soldiers of 1491

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The oldest Neanderthal DNA of Central-Eastern Europe

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An 80,000-year-old Neanderthal reveals cultural and genetic affinities between Poland and the Northern Caucasus

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The oldest Upper Paleolithic Homo sapiens in Europe

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Major cultural transition in Europe took place earlier than previously thought

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Multiple hominin genera were present in South Africa two million years ago

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New fossils indicate that Homo erectus existed earlier than previously thought, at a time when also Australopithecus and Paranthropus were around…

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Lucy had an ape-like brain

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Three million year old brain imprints show that Australopithecus afarensis infants may have had a long dependence on caregivers

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Human ancestors may have regularly climbed trees

Human Evolution
 

A new study has found evidence that human ancestors as recent as two million years ago may have regularly climbed trees

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Reconstructing the diet of fossil vertebrates

Human Evolution
 

The ratio of special zinc isotopes in dental enamel provides information about the diet of mammals in prehistoric times

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Researchers were not right about left brains

Human Evolution
 

Brain imprints on cranial bones from great apes and humans refute the long-held notion that the human pattern of brain asymmetry is unique

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A face for Lucy's ancestor

Human Evolution
 

Researchers discover remarkably complete 3.8 million-year-old cranium of Australopithecus anamensis at Woranso-Mille in Ethiopia

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Human ancestors invented stone tools several times

Human Evolution
 

Scientists discover the oldest systematically produced stone artifacts to date

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First hominins on the Tibetan Plateau were Denisovans

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Denisovan mandible likely represents the earliest hominin fossil on the Tibetan Plateau

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